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Crazy 6×6 Jeep Truck Camper

Not much to say about this, but I love it. All zombie apocalyptic and Mad Max-looking, this truck camper is based on a pre-1966 Willys Jeep Truck converted to 6×6 at some point during its lifetime. I can’t make out the license plate, but I’d guess it’s based in the Pacific Northwest or Alaska somewhere. It’s definitely … Continue reading »

Categories: Custom, Jeep, Truck Camper, Willys | 1 Comment

Loaded 2008 Sportsmobile 4×4

Here’s a great looking 2008 Sportsmobile RB-50 4×4 with all of the bells and whistles, available now on eBay in Euless, Texas. The camper’s got less than 40,000 miles and is powered by a 6.0 liter Power Stroke V8 diesel. Highlights of the equipment list include an Old Man Emu suspension, 12,000 lb. Warn winch, Sportsmobiles’s … Continue reading »

Categories: Class B - Van, Ford, Sportsmobile | 1 Comment

Exclusive: Luxurious Globetrotting Volvo

Gerhard has just returned from a two year extended vacation throughout the Americas in this wonderful Volvo off road camper. I spoke with him via email and he described his expedition. We travelled for two years through Americas. Had started in Nova Scotia, went up to Newfoundland, crossed Canada up to Yukon and Northwest Territories … Continue reading »

Categories: Class A - Full Size, Exclusive, Volvo | 1 Comment

Twenty-three years and a half-million miles in a G-Wagen

What began as an 18 month excursion across Africa has lasted 23 years for Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine. While they’re not travelling in a motorhome, or even a specialist expedition camper… their story is amazing and inspirational. Check out the story on Digital Trends, with links to a BBC slideshow, a gallery of … Continue reading »

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First-Class Fightin’ Foden

This amazing Foden of the UK Military just looks incredibly tough. I had to post it. Reading about Foden online, a company I’m not familiar with, I learned quite a bit. At the age of 15, Edwin Foden apprenticed himself to agricultural machinery manufacturer Plant & Hancock. He must have been doing something right, because by … Continue reading »

Categories: Foden, Off Topic | 1 Comment
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